Definition of Busheling
1. bushel [v] - See also: bushel
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Literary usage of Busheling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Field Practice: An Inspection Manual for Property Owners, Fire Departments by National fire protection association (1914)
"STOVES: LARGE COAL OR WOOD BURNING, AND busheling. If set on combustible floors, these devices should be installed in accordance with Fixed Furnaces, ..."
2. The Clothing Workers of Chicago, 1910-1922 by Leo Wolman, Paul Wander, H. K. Herwitz, Eleanor Mack, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Chicago Joint Board, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Research Dept (1922)
"This was the busheling required after repairs on the coat by some other ... In the present case, he held, " it is clear that turning busheling over to the ..."
3. Iron and Steel (a Pocket Encyclopedia) Including Allied Industries and by Hugh Philip Tiemann (1919)
"This is generally of small size, called busheling scrap from the fact that it can be gathered up in a bushel basket, and is heated in a furnace ..."
4. Purchasing Principles and Practices by John Cecil Dinsmore (1922)
"1 busheling.—This classification consists of clean wrought iron and soft steel pipes ... 2 busheling.—This classification will take such material as is not ..."
5. Industrial Relations: Final Report and Testimony by Francis Patrick Walsh, Basil Maxwell Manly (1916)
"Does she get paid for busheling? The INTERPRETER. No. Mr. THOMPSON. Does she ever get or try to get other kind of work in the inside shop? The INTERPRETER. ..."
6. Directory of Iron and Steel Works of the United States and Canada by American Iron and Steel Association, American Iron and Steel Institute (1886)
"Built in 1872-3 ; 2 single puddling furnaces, 4 scrap and busheling furnaces, ... Built in 1843 ; 2 busheling furnaces, 3 single puddling furnaces, ..."